What is Harbor UCLA known for?

Originally known as the Harbor-UCLA Research and Education Institute (REI), then as The Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed), The Lundquist Institute has been conducting biomedical research, training young scientists and providing community services, such as one of California’s largest and most …

Is Harbor-UCLA a Level 1 trauma center?

A high-volume, high-acuity ED that is the only Level 1 Trauma Center, Pediatric Trauma Center, Pediatric Critical Care Center, Disaster Resource Center, Stroke Center, Academic STEMI Receiving Center and Nursing and Paramedic Training Center in the South Bay of Los Angeles.

Is Harbor-UCLA affiliated with UCLA?

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is a 570-bed acute-care facility, owned and operated by the County of Los Angeles , and affiliated with the UCLA Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Dentistry.

What is a Level 1 trauma center?

Resources. The Level I Trauma Centre is usually a University-affiliated, large metropolitan medical centre with a full array of medical specialties and ready access to advanced medical technology. Both Adult and Pediatric Level I Trauma Centres are required in the system with slightly differing criteria.

Does Harbor-UCLA take Medi Cal?

We can help! Our staff are ready to assist you with applying for Medi-Cal or another No-Cost/Low-Cost program, if you’re not eligible for Medi-Cal. If you already have coverage, but aren’t sure what it means or who your doctor is, our staff can assist you. Please call the Office of Patient Access at 844-804-0055.

Is Harbor-UCLA a nonprofit?

PROVIDE ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATING SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE HOSPITAL AND ITS DEPARTMENTS, FACILITATING EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE MEDICAL CARE AND INSTRUCTION. Harbor-Ucla Medical Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization, with an IRS ruling year of 1986, and donations are tax-deductible.

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